Chelsea Announce High Profile Pre-season Friendlies In The United States


Chelsea have announced a series of high-profile friendlies in the USA over the summer as part of the International Champions Cup. The Blues will trade tackles with New York Red Bulls in New Jersey on July 22, before travelling to Charlotte three days later to take on Paris Saint-Germain

‘What would you do if you find out your partner owns a secret phone?’ Watch this Week’s Episode of Ariyike’s Vlog


On this week’s episode of the weekly vlog by media personality Ariyike Akinbobola, she talks about the scenario where one finds out that their partner owns a secret phone. What will your reaction be? Watch her talk about it below.

Just In: Military Flies More Soldiers To Sambisa Forest‎


Report reaching us indicate that another set of soldiers may have arrived Sambisa Forest in Borno State as part of the ongoing military bombardment on the Boko Haram militants. The soldiers according to the Nation were sighted at the Kaduna international airport tarmac.

Flying Eagles set Friday deadline for foreign pros


A deadline for foreign invited professionals of the Nigeria under-20 team will be set on Friday according to the team secretary Ibrahim Aliyu Auwal. The post Flying Eagles set Friday deadline for foreign pros appeared first on Vanguard News.

Pirates take over Akwa Ibom waterways

IWUOKPOM—FOR seven months running, sea bandits have been on the prowl in the waterways of Ibeno Local Government Area, Akwa Ibom State, attacking fishermen, impounding their equipment, including speedboats and collecting huge ransoms for the release of the confiscated items with Police and Navy unable to come to their rescue.

Queen Latifah Talks Homosexuality in the Black Community & What She Would Have Asked Bill Cosby as She Covers Uptown Magazine


Singer, actress and former talk show host Queen Latifah is on the cover of Uptown magazine’s latest issue and inside the 45-year-old talks about her first n*de scene, homosexuality in the black community and what she would have asked Bill Cosby. Read excerpts from her interview below On her n*de

Tuesday News Roundup: How Nigerians Choose Their Banks, Facebook Releases Video Calling on Its Messenger

Here are some of the stories that made the rounds across the African tech space today: Here’s What Determines How Nigerians Choose Their Banks Playspread has released an infographic that reveals the deciding factors for Nigerians when it comes to picking a financial institution to bank with.

Crackdown On AIT: ‘Someone Should Tell Buhari That It’s 2015 & Not 1984’ – Charles Novia


Highly regarded social commentator, Charles Novia has granted his own opinion on the ongoing war between President-Elect, Muhammadu Buhari and the Raymond Dokpesi-led African Independent Television (AIT). In regards to the clampdown on AIT, Novia stated that he always held the opinion that “freedom of expression will be curtailed by

#Nollywood Movie Review Of ‘Olu Amoda: the Modern-day Archaeologist’


Tam Fiofori recalls a forum where Toyin Akinosho of the Committee for Relevant Art (CORA) observed that older filmmakers shy away from collaborations with younger ones; coaxing Fiofori to identify Joel Benson, a younger filmmaker, with whom he has now produced two films – J. D. Ojeikhere: Master Photographer and

US Supreme Court divided on gay marriage

The US Supreme Court appeared divided Tuesday on whether gay couples have a constitutional right to wed -- as it weighs a decision that could see same-sex marriage recognized nationwide. The post US Supreme Court divided on gay marriage appeared first on Vanguard News.

Health workers threaten fresh strike on May 8

The relative peace in the nation’s health sector may run into crisis soon if the Joint Health Sector Unions goes ahead with its nationwide strike scheduled for May 8. The organisation premised its threat on the refusal of the Federal Government to accede to its 15-point demands, while several efforts

Indonesia executes 8 prisoners including 4 Nigerians, spares Filipino woman at last minute

Indonesia has executed 8 of the 9 people convicted for drug offenses. The men all pictured above were taken to a jungle clearing on the island Nusakambangan according to local media reports and were executed at midnight Indonesia time by 12 police privates (that would be about 6pm Nigerian time).

Delta community alleges plot to kill leader

BURUTU— YAYOROGBENE, an Ijaw community in Burutu Local Government Area, Delta State, has petitioned the Commissioner of Police in the state over a purported plan by some leaders from a neighbouring community to murder its community leader, Comrade Austin Ozobo, over a land dispute. The post Delta community alleges plot

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